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Collaborative project: Resistance of winter wheat towards soil-borne viruses in the face of climate change - subproject 4 The soil-borne furoviruses soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) and soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) cause extensive crop losses in wheat and other cereals worldwide. The viruses are transmitted by the protist vector Polymyxa graminis and also present in resting spores of the vector, in which they remain infectious over many years. The only efficient means to avoid crop losses through soil-borne furoviruses is the cultivation of resistant varieties. Only two resistance loci against furoviruses are known to date, thus, the identification and precise characterization of the genes encoded by these loci, as well as the identification of novel resistance genes is crucial to guarantee efficient and sustainable wheat production. Importantly, the prognosis for climate changes in Germany, especially predicted higher temperatures and increased precipitation, are consistent with optimal conditions for efficient infection by P. graminis and concurrent infection with the viruses transmitted by this pathogen. The project aim is therefore the development of virus resistant wheat cultivars while taking the influence of climate parameters on the stability of resistance and aggressivity of infection into account. Our experimental approach is to evaluate the impact of climate conditions temperature and humidity on aggressivity of infection by furoviruses and to assess the stability of known resistances under specific climate conditions. To facilitate the development of resistant varieties, we aim at isolating the Sbm1 gene and developing closely linked markers for Sbm2, the second resistance gene for SBCMV. Finally, to access new resistance genes against furoviruses, we will conduct genome-wide association studies and validate the results with the help of phenotypic and genotypic analysis in bi-parental populations. Thus, our project directly contributes to the development of resources and strategies for a future-oriented and sustainable wheat agriculture for food production.

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Collaborative project: Resistance of winter wheat towards soil-borne viruses in the face of climate change - subproject 5 The soil-borne furoviruses soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) and soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) cause extensive crop losses in wheat and other cereals worldwide. The viruses are transmitted by the protist vector Polymyxa graminis and also present in resting spores of the vector, in which they remain infectious over many years. The only efficient means to avoid crop losses through soil-borne furoviruses is the cultivation of resistant varieties. Only two resistance loci against furoviruses are known to date, thus, the identification and precise characterization of the genes encoded by these loci, as well as the identification of novel resistance genes is crucial to guarantee efficient and sustainable wheat production. Importantly, the prognosis for climate changes in Germany, especially predicted higher temperatures and increased precipitation, are consistent with optimal conditions for efficient infection by P. graminis and concurrent infection with the viruses transmitted by this pathogen. The project aim is therefore the development of virus resistant wheat cultivars while taking the influence of climate parameters on the stability of resistance and aggressivity of infection into account. Our experimental approach is to evaluate the impact of climate conditions temperature and humidity on aggressivity of infection by furoviruses and to assess the stability of known resistances under specific climate conditions. To facilitate the development of resistant varieties, we aim at isolating the Sbm1 gene and developing closely linked markers for Sbm2, the second resistance gene for SBCMV. Finally, to access new resistance genes against furoviruses, we will conduct genome-wide association studies and validate the results with the help of phenotypic and genotypic analysis in bi-parental populations. Thus, our project directly contributes to the development of resources and strategies for a future-oriented and sustainable wheat agriculture for food production.

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Collaborative project: Resistance of winter wheat towards soil-borne viruses in the face of climate change - subproject 3 The soil-borne furoviruses soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) and soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) cause extensive crop losses in wheat and other cereals worldwide. The viruses are transmitted by the protist vector Polymyxa graminis and also present in resting spores of the vector, in which they remain infectious over many years. The only efficient means to avoid crop losses through soil-borne furoviruses is the cultivation of resistant varieties. Only two resistance loci against furoviruses are known to date, thus, the identification and precise characterization of the genes encoded by these loci, as well as the identification of novel resistance genes is crucial to guarantee efficient and sustainable wheat production. Importantly, the prognosis for climate changes in Germany, especially predicted higher temperatures and increased precipitation, are consistent with optimal conditions for efficient infection by P. graminis and concurrent infection with the viruses transmitted by this pathogen. The project aim is therefore the development of virus resistant wheat cultivars while taking the influence of climate parameters on the stability of resistance and aggressivity of infection into account. Our experimental approach is to evaluate the impact of climate conditions temperature and humidity on aggressivity of infection by furoviruses and to assess the stability of known resistances under specific climate conditions. To facilitate the development of resistant varieties, we aim at isolating the Sbm1 gene and developing closely linked markers for Sbm2, the second resistance gene for SBCMV. Finally, to access new resistance genes against furoviruses, we will conduct genome-wide association studies and validate the results with the help of phenotypic and genotypic analysis in bi-parental populations. Thus, our project directly contributes to the development of resources and strategies for a future-oriented and sustainable wheat agriculture for food production.

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Collaborative project: Resistance of winter wheat towards soil-borne viruses in the face of climate change - subproject 2 The soil-borne furoviruses soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) and soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) cause extensive crop losses in wheat and other cereals worldwide. The viruses are transmitted by the protist vector Polymyxa graminis and also present in resting spores of the vector, in which they remain infectious over many years. The only efficient means to avoid crop losses through soil-borne furoviruses is the cultivation of resistant varieties. Only two resistance loci against furoviruses are known to date, thus, the identification and precise characterization of the genes encoded by these loci, as well as the identification of novel resistance genes is crucial to guarantee efficient and sustainable wheat production. Importantly, the prognosis for climate changes in Germany, especially predicted higher temperatures and increased precipitation, are consistent with optimal conditions for efficient infection by P. graminis and concurrent infection with the viruses transmitted by this pathogen. The project aim is therefore the development of virus resistant wheat cultivars while taking the influence of climate parameters on the stability of resistance and aggressivity of infection into account. Our experimental approach is to evaluate the impact of climate conditions temperature and humidity on aggressivity of infection by furoviruses and to assess the stability of known resistances under specific climate conditions. To facilitate the development of resistant varieties, we aim at isolating the Sbm1 gene and developing closely linked markers for Sbm2, the second resistance gene for SBCMV. Finally, to access new resistance genes against furoviruses, we will conduct genome-wide association studies and validate the results with the help of phenotypic and genotypic analysis in bi-parental populations. Thus, our project directly contributes to the development of resources and strategies for a future-oriented and sustainable wheat agriculture for food production.

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Collaborative project: Resistance of winter wheat towards soil-borne viruses in the face of climate change - subproject 1 The soil-borne furoviruses soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) and soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV) cause extensive crop losses in wheat and other cereals worldwide. The viruses are transmitted by the protist vector Polymyxa graminis and also present in resting spores of the vector, in which they remain infectious over many years. The only efficient means to avoid crop losses through soil-borne furoviruses is the cultivation of resistant varieties. Only two resistance loci against furoviruses are known to date, thus, the identification and precise characterization of the genes encoded by these loci, as well as the identification of novel resistance genes is crucial to guarantee efficient and sustainable wheat production. Importantly, the prognosis for climate changes in Germany, especially predicted higher temperatures and increased precipitation, are consistent with optimal conditions for efficient infection by P. graminis and concurrent infection with the viruses transmitted by this pathogen. The project aim is therefore the development of virus resistant wheat cultivars while taking the influence of climate parameters on the stability of resistance and aggressivity of infection into account. Our experimental approach is to evaluate the impact of climate conditions temperature and humidity on aggressivity of infection by furoviruses and to assess the stability of known resistances under specific climate conditions. To facilitate the development of resistant varieties, we aim at isolating the Sbm1 gene and developing closely linked markers for Sbm2, the second resistance gene for SBCMV. Finally, to access new resistance genes against furoviruses, we will conduct genome-wide association studies and validate the results with the help of phenotypic and genotypic analysis in bi-parental populations. Thus, our project directly contributes to the development of resources and strategies for a future-oriented and sustainable wheat agriculture for food production.

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Collaborative project: Phenotyping and genomic analysis of genetically characterized wheat genotypes concerning endophytes induced biomass production and priming capacity - subproject 3 The PrimedWheat consortium aims to systematically record the genetic variability of wheat with regard to its response to beneficial soil microorganisms (microbiomes) and to use it for breeding purposes in the future. Beneficial microorganisms can trigger a reaction in plants, the so-called priming, which manifests itself agronomically in an increase in biomass (yield) and increased resistance to diseases and pests. The genetics of this phenomenon is difficult to grasp, but education and subsequent breeding could contribute to a considerable reduction in the use of plant protection products and fertilizers. In PrimedWheat, we will investigate complex interactions between (i) wheat genetics, (ii) beneficial microorganisms, and (iii) the plant immune system. Phytopathological and molecular biological methods and a GWAS (Genome-wide association study) analysis of the generated data will be used to elucidate the genetic basis of priming. The cultivation of wheat will become more difficult in the future due to extreme weather periods (climate change) and the low genetic diversity of the varieties used today, as well as due to the political requirements of severely restricted access to effective plant protection products. Novel strategies in wheat cultivation are therefore essential for the food supply of the population.

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Collaborative project: Phenotyping and genomic analysis of genetically characterized wheat genotypes concerning endophytes induced biomass production and priming capacity - subproject 2 The PrimedWheat consortium aims to systematically record the genetic variability of wheat with regard to its response to beneficial soil microorganisms (microbiomes) and to use it for breeding purposes in the future. Beneficial microorganisms can trigger a reaction in plants, the so-called priming, which manifests itself agronomically in an increase in biomass (yield) and increased resistance to diseases and pests. The genetics of this phenomenon is difficult to grasp, but education and subsequent breeding could contribute to a considerable reduction in the use of plant protection products and fertilizers. In PrimedWheat, we will investigate complex interactions between (i) wheat genetics, (ii) beneficial microorganisms, and (iii) the plant immune system. Phytopathological and molecular biological methods and a GWAS (Genome-wide association study) analysis of the generated data will be used to elucidate the genetic basis of priming. The cultivation of wheat will become more difficult in the future due to extreme weather periods (climate change) and the low genetic diversity of the varieties used today, as well as due to the political requirements of severely restricted access to effective plant protection products. Novel strategies in wheat cultivation are therefore essential for the food supply of the population.

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Collaborative project: Phenotyping and genomic analysis of genetically characterized wheat genotypes concerning endophytes induced biomass production and priming capacity - subproject 1 The PrimedWheat consortium aims to systematically record the genetic variability of wheat with regard to its response to beneficial soil microorganisms (microbiomes) and to use it for breeding purposes in the future. Beneficial microorganisms can trigger a reaction in plants, the so-called priming, which manifests itself agronomically in an increase in biomass (yield) and increased resistance to diseases and pests. The genetics of this phenomenon is difficult to grasp, but education and subsequent breeding could contribute to a considerable reduction in the use of plant protection products and fertilizers. In PrimedWheat, we will investigate complex interactions between (i) wheat genetics, (ii) beneficial microorganisms, and (iii) the plant immune system. Phytopathological and molecular biological methods and a GWAS (Genome-wide association study) analysis of the generated data will be used to elucidate the genetic basis of priming. The cultivation of wheat will become more difficult in the future due to extreme weather periods (climate change) and the low genetic diversity of the varieties used today, as well as due to the political requirements of severely restricted access to effective plant protection products. Novel strategies in wheat cultivation are therefore essential for the food supply of the population.

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Collaborative project: Development of an automated solution for the drone-assisted assessment of field trials - subproject 4 Increased developments and research in sensor-assisted phenotyping provide a growing number of opportunities to reliably and objectively assess plant or canopy characteristics both qualitatively and quantitatively in a non-destructive manner. In addition, previous studies indicate that individual sensors (multispectral) can detect several features simultaneously. However, at the moment no practicable solution which would allow the independent collection and evaluation of sensor-based data is available on the market. The reason for this is the existing automation gap between the recording and the computing of the data. Therefore, the main goal of the project is to close this gap and develop a practicable, largely automated and optimized solution for the application of the drone-based assessment in the breeding of wheat.

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Collaborative project: Development of an automated solution for the drone-assisted assessment of field trials - subproject 3 Increased developments and research in sensor-assisted phenotyping provide a growing number of opportunities to reliably and objectively assess plant or canopy characteristics both qualitatively and quantitatively in a non-destructive manner. In addition, previous studies indicate that individual sensors (multispectral) can detect several features simultaneously. However, at the moment no practicable solution which would allow the independent collection and evaluation of sensor-based data is available on the market. The reason for this is the existing automation gap between the recording and the computing of the data. Therefore, the main goal of the project is to close this gap and develop a practicable, largely automated and optimized solution for the application of the drone-based assessment in the breeding of wheat.

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Collaborative project: Development of an automated solution for the drone-assisted assessment of field trials - subproject 2 Increased developments and research in sensor-assisted phenotyping provide a growing number of opportunities to reliably and objectively assess plant or canopy characteristics both qualitatively and quantitatively in a non-destructive manner. In addition, previous studies indicate that individual sensors (multispectral) can detect several features simultaneously. However, at the moment no practicable solution which would allow the independent collection and evaluation of sensor-based data is available on the market. The reason for this is the existing automation gap between the recording and the computing of the data. Therefore, the main goal of the project is to close this gap and develop a practicable, largely automated and optimized solution for the application of the drone-based assessment in the breeding of wheat.

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Collaborative project: Development of an automated solution for the drone-assisted assessment of field trials - subproject 1 Increased developments and research in sensor-assisted phenotyping provide a growing number of opportunities to reliably and objectively assess plant or canopy characteristics both qualitatively and quantitatively in a non-destructive manner. In addition, previous studies indicate that individual sensors (multispectral) can detect several features simultaneously. However, at the moment no practicable solution which would allow the independent collection and evaluation of sensor-based data is available on the market. The reason for this is the existing automation gap between the recording and the computing of the data. Therefore, the main goal of the project is to close this gap and develop a practicable, largely automated and optimized solution for the application of the drone-based assessment in the breeding of wheat.

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Collaborative project: Genomic and proteomic architecture and environmental variability of quality and health related traits in wheat for innovative new wheat varieties and products - subproject 6 The overall aim of the project is to deepen our knowledge on the basics of quality characters in wheat under changing cropping and climate conditions in Central Europe. This will be achieved by combining latest technology of phenotyping, genomics, proteomics, and spectrometry in a multi-disciplinary consortium.

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Collaborative project: Genomic and proteomic architecture and environmental variability of quality and health related traits in wheat for innovative new wheat varieties and products – subproject 5 The overall aim of the project is to deepen our knowledge on the basics of quality characters in wheat under changing cropping and climate conditions in Central Europe. This will be achieved by combining latest technology of phenotyping, genomics, proteomics, and spectrometry in a multi-disciplinary consortium.

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Collaborative project: Genomic and proteomic architecture and environmental variability of quality and health related traits in wheat for innovative new wheat varieties and products (BETTERWHEAT) - subproject 4 The overall aim of the project is to deepen our knowledge on the basics of quality characters in wheat under changing cropping and climate conditions in Central Europe. This will be achieved by combining latest technology of phenotyping, genomics, proteomics, and spectrometry in a multi-disciplinary consortium.

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Collaborative project: Genomic and proteomic architecture and environmental variability of quality and health related traits in wheat for innovative new wheat varieties and products - subproject 3 The overall aim of the project is to deepen our knowledge on the basics of quality characters in wheat under changing cropping and climate conditions in Central Europe. This will be achieved by combining latest technology of phenotyping, genomics, proteomics, and spectrometry in a multi-disciplinary consortium.

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Collaborative project: Genomic and proteomic architecture and environmental variability of quality and health related traits in wheat for innovative new wheat varieties and products - subproject 2 The overall aim of the project is to deepen our knowledge on the basics of quality characters in wheat under changing cropping and climate conditions in Central Europe. This will be achieved by combining latest technology of phenotyping, genomics, proteomics, and spectrometry in a multi-disciplinary consortium.

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Collaborative project: Genomic and proteomic architecture and environmental variability of quality and health related traits in wheat for innovative new wheat varieties and products - subproject 1 The overall aim of the project is to deepen our knowledge on the basics of quality characters in wheat under changing cropping and climate conditions in Central Europe. This will be achieved by combining latest technology of phenotyping, genomics, proteomics, and spectrometry in a multi-disciplinary consortium.

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Collaborative project: Ensuring high baking quality and nitrogen-use efficiency through optimization of storage protein composition and enzymatic activity - subproject 9 Breeding of wheat lines combining high-baking quality under nitrogen limited environments and attractive yield performance is a major challenge. The negative correlation and the complex inheritance of the traits complicate selection strategies. To cope additionally with climate change and changes in environmental conditions and agricultural regulations efficient selection procedures for the priority trait baking quality are required. Increasing CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere and restriction of nitrogen fertilisation under the new fertiliser regulations lead to lower protein content and thus to lower baking quality. Therefore, cultivars with a high baking quality under nitrogen limited environments combined with an attractive yield performance are required. Important components of the trait baking quality are the amount and the quality of the protein, the quality of the starch, the enzymatic activity and the structure of the kernels. Gene loci influencing these traits will be confirmed using heterogeneous inbred families (HIFs). These loci will be characterized by the search for candidate genes and used as cofactors in genomic selection.The integration of quantitative proteomic analyses to be established at KIT enables synopsis of protein quality, kernel structure and enzymatic activity. Field trials under enhanced CO2 conditions will allow determining impact on plant development and baking quality and results will propose possible breeding goals and approaches. The results will improve selection efficiency of the involved breeding companies.

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